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25th Jun '16 11:20:21 AM nombretomado
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* Luakels, from ''AHDotComTheSeries''. Started out as a forum gag whereby Luakel would claim that whenever he was apparently killed it would always turn out to be 'just another Luakel clone' (as with Dr Doom's Doombots). This was incorporated into the Series, with Luakel Clones being encountered long before a regular "prime" Luakel joined the ship's crew.

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* Luakels, from ''AHDotComTheSeries''.''Script/AHDotComTheSeries''. Started out as a forum gag whereby Luakel would claim that whenever he was apparently killed it would always turn out to be 'just another Luakel clone' (as with Dr Doom's Doombots). This was incorporated into the Series, with Luakel Clones being encountered long before a regular "prime" Luakel joined the ship's crew.
5th Jun '16 2:43:18 PM Timwi
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* In the ''WesternAnimation/GravityFalls'' episode, "Double Dipper", Dipper finds that Grunkle Stan's copier can make human clones. Dipper uses it on himself in an overly complicated attempt to impress Wendy at a dance. The Dipper clones all have a slightly lighter hue, all have numbers drawn on their cap and can be destroyed with water. Other than that, there's absolutely no difference between the Dippers both mentally and physically [[CloneDegeneration (Expect for the one who got caught in a copy jam.)]]

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* In the ''WesternAnimation/GravityFalls'' episode, "Double Dipper", Dipper finds that Grunkle Stan's copier can make human clones. Dipper uses it on himself in an overly complicated attempt to impress Wendy at a dance. The Dipper clones all have a slightly lighter hue, all have numbers drawn on their cap and can be destroyed with water. Other than that, there's absolutely no difference between the Dippers both mentally and physically [[CloneDegeneration (Expect (except for the one who got caught in a copy jam.)]]jam)]].
30th May '16 9:41:29 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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* Also, ''TransformersEnergon'' made Ravage a mass-produced horde of numerous black "Battle Ravages" and fewer, [[PaletteSwap blue]] Command Ravages.

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* Also, ''TransformersEnergon'' ''Anime/TransformersEnergon'' made Ravage a mass-produced horde of numerous black "Battle Ravages" and fewer, [[PaletteSwap blue]] Command Ravages.
29th May '16 1:26:59 PM Observeron
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* The ''Series/{{The Highwayman}}'' episode "Send in the Clones" Highway befriends a strange man who is snatched by the Army. He is a clone with a deadly mission.

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* The ''Series/{{The Highwayman}}'' *The Highwayman episode "Send in the Clones" Highway befriends a strange man who is snatched by the Army. He is a clone with a deadly mission.
29th May '16 1:25:31 PM Observeron
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* The ''Series/{{The Highwayman}}'' episode "Send in the Clones" Highway befriends a strange man who is snatched by the Army. He is a clone with a deadly mission.
18th May '16 6:52:55 PM nombretomado
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* From ''TheMiddleman'':

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* From ''TheMiddleman'':''Series/TheMiddleman'':
18th May '16 1:22:13 AM Morgenthaler
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* Nicholas, Edward, and Alec in TheCompanyNovels are clones that got individually dumped in different time periods. Their individual upbringings are what cause the differences in their personalities.

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* Nicholas, Edward, and Alec in TheCompanyNovels ''Literature/TheCompanyNovels'' are clones that got individually dumped in different time periods. Their individual upbringings are what cause the differences in their personalities.
16th Mar '16 12:00:48 PM nighttrainfm
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* In the ''Series/DoctorWho'' episode "The End of Time, Part 1", [[spoiler:''every human being in existence'' (except Wilf and Donna) becomes a clone of the Master]], thanks to ImportedAlienPhlebotinum. [[spoiler: It's eventually revealed that this is part of a GambitRoulette by the Gallifreyan government to bring the Time Lords back into existence.]]
** An interesting variation was used on this back in 2005. The Daleks, being the most popular villain of the original series, had not been seen for almost 17 years due to the original series being cancelled. For their return to the screen (which would possibly be the first time some children had ever seen them) in "Dalek", there is only one Dalek which is believed to be the last one in existence. [[spoiler: In the series finale, the Doctor encounters an army of half a million.]]

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* ''Series/DoctorWho'':
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In the ''Series/DoctorWho'' episode "The End of Time, Part 1", [[spoiler:''every human being in existence'' (except Wilf and Donna) becomes a clone of the Master]], thanks to ImportedAlienPhlebotinum. [[spoiler: It's eventually revealed that this is part of a GambitRoulette by the Gallifreyan government to bring the Time Lords back into existence.]]
** An interesting variation was used on this back in 2005. The Daleks, being the most popular villain of the original series, had not been seen for almost 17 years due to the original series being cancelled. For their return to the screen (which would possibly be the first time some children had ever seen them) in "Dalek", there is only one Dalek Dalek, which is believed to be the last one in existence.existence and proves to be a terrifying threat all by itself. [[spoiler: In the series finale, the Doctor encounters an army of half a million.]]
16th Mar '16 11:59:40 AM nighttrainfm
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* The whole plot of the ''Film/TheLeagueOfExtraordinaryGentlemen'' movie.

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* The whole plot of the ''Film/TheLeagueOfExtraordinaryGentlemen'' movie.movie: [[spoiler: the villain wants to mass-produce the abilities of the League's supernatural members, creating an army.]]
8th Jan '16 5:58:56 PM nombretomado
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* Ever since [[{{Shazam}} Captain Marvel]] established the precedent back in the GoldenAge, truly iconic superheroes have tended to accrue "families" of similarly-themed heroes. The Marvel family had Captain Marvel, Mary Marvel, Captain Marvel Junior, Uncle Marvel, the Lieutenant Marvels, and Mr. Tawky Tawny. Superman has Supergirl, Superboy, and Krypto (and Beppo and Comet, back in the Silver Age). Batman has all the Robins and Batgirls, as well as Alfred. Thor at one point commanded a team of expies called the Godpack, as well as having expies in Beta Ray Bill, Thunderstrike, Thor Girl, and Red Norvell. The Hulk has recently accrued a large family, with She-Hulk, A-Bomb, Red Hulk, Red She-Hulk, Skaar, and Lyra. Spider-Man is odd in having had [[SpiderWoman about a half dozen unrelated distaff counterparts,]] but they've never formed an actual team, except briefly.

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* Ever since [[{{Shazam}} [[ComicBook/{{Shazam}} Captain Marvel]] established the precedent back in the GoldenAge, truly iconic superheroes have tended to accrue "families" of similarly-themed heroes. The Marvel family had Captain Marvel, Mary Marvel, Captain Marvel Junior, Uncle Marvel, the Lieutenant Marvels, and Mr. Tawky Tawny. Superman has Supergirl, Superboy, and Krypto (and Beppo and Comet, back in the Silver Age). Batman has all the Robins and Batgirls, as well as Alfred. Thor at one point commanded a team of expies called the Godpack, as well as having expies in Beta Ray Bill, Thunderstrike, Thor Girl, and Red Norvell. The Hulk has recently accrued a large family, with She-Hulk, A-Bomb, Red Hulk, Red She-Hulk, Skaar, and Lyra. Spider-Man is odd in having had [[SpiderWoman [[ComicBook/SpiderWoman about a half dozen unrelated distaff counterparts,]] but they've never formed an actual team, except briefly.
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